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Brady announced today the availability of its LINK360® maintenance application for iOS on the iPhone® and iPad®. The app allows users to create, edit, audit and manage visual standard work instructions, preventative and maintenance procedures and more directly from their iOS mobile device.
The new LINK360® maintenance application will allow users to take their maintenance program into the field. By duplicating LINK360® cloud maintenance functionality for mobile use, users are now able to construct and review these critical procedures without having to transport data and imagery. This eliminates the risk of loss information and ultimately the safety of their employees.
The application also provides authorized users access to all the procedural information, regardless of their geographical location. This allows individuals to close knowledge gaps and update machine information, even if when they are not at the facility. Photos can also be uploaded with annotated notes, in addition to adding tasks as machine check points are identified.
“Many of our users are shifting from using a PC all day to sharing that time with multiple devices, including computing with smart phones and tablets,” says
Brady’s LINK360® software platform launched in
For more information:
To learn more about LINK360® software or to request a demonstration, visit http://www.BradyID.com/Link360. Download the Brady LINK360 Maintenance App in the iTunes store. For Brady’s complete product offering, visit BradyID.com.
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